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Mackay-Steven: The future looks bright for champions Celtic

Gary Mackay-Steven was already looking forward to next season after Celtic claimed the Scottish Premiership on the weekend.

The Hoops went 11 points clear of second-placed Aberdeen after beating Dundee 5-0 and the Dons losing 1-0 at Dundee United which allowed them to lift the trophy for a fourth-straight year.

24-year old winger Mackay-Steven, who joined from the Terrors in January, is now determined to help the Glasgow giants lift plenty more trophies after getting his first taste of a league title.

"The main thing was to go here and win silverware and the league - that's what I came here for," he told Sky Sports News HQ.

"I'm happy to be here and just want to kick on next season and do well. We have got a really strong squad here, the manager has a lot of options in most positions and everyone is fighting for a place, so there is a lot of competition and the future looks bright."

Andrew Slevison
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